Smart materials represent a cutting-edge global trend both in fundamental science and emerging technologies. Smart materials science is a truly interdisciplinary area at the intersection of physics, chemistry, chemical engineering, mathematical simulations, nanotechnology, biotechnology, and etc. An online course in smart materials will be of obvious interest for everyone who is interested in modern materials science and emerging trends in engineering, biotechnology, and medicine.
Smart Materials: Microscale and Macroscale ApproachesPeter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University
About this Course
Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University
Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University has a long-standing and successful history over 100 years where a great deal of important discoveries and inventions have been made. It was founded in 1899.
Kazan National Research Technological University
Kazan National Research Technological University offers a variety of undergraduate, graduate, and PhD programs under the umbrella of chemical engineering. With its long-standing history starting in 1890 as an Integrated Industrial College, KNRTU pursues excellence in academics and research with the focus on polymer engineering, materials science, petrochemistry, nanotechnology, and biotechnology. As a national research university, KNRTU belongs to a group of Russian state universities with a strong priority given to research and innovations.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM SMART MATERIALS: MICROSCALE AND MACROSCALE APPROACHES
I have a learnt a lot of new things in this very well organized course and the instructors had been really patient and helpful in clarifying all my queries overall really enjoyed the course!!
a well made course with a strong focus on both visual and literary learners.
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